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PollutionEngineering November 2012 : Page 42

Advertorial HOWTO: VANTON PUMP & EQUIPMENT CORP . (908) 688-4216 • mkt@vanton.com • www.vanton.com Pump Wastewater/Chemicals Corrosion-Free W ith the increasing need to contain and treat wastewa-ter comes a growing require-ment to pump unknown pollutants from collection pits and transfer corrosive chemicals to wastewater treatment areas. Vanton solid thermoplastic pumps to stainless, high alloy, plastic-lined and fiberglass pumps for wastewater and corrosive treatment chemicals: • ZERO CORROSION (unlike stainless and alloys) • ZERO CONTAMINATION (unlike stainless and alloys) • ZERO CHEMICAL ABSORPTION OR WICKING (unlike fiberglass reinforced plastics) • ZERO TEARING, CRACKING, OR PEELING (unlike plastic linings) • ZERO OR NEAR-ZERO ABRASION (unlike stainless, alloys, and fiberglass) All wet end components of Vanton centrifugal pumps are molded of solid PVC, PP or PVDF, and handle flows to 1450 gpm (330 m 3 /h), heads to 400 ft (122 m) and temperatures to 275°F (135°C). Vanton molds all wet end components of solid, homogeneous thermoplastics that are 100% inert to the pollution treatment chemicals you handle, such as alum, ferric chloride, hydrofluosilicic acid, polymer, sodium hydroxide, sodium hypochloride, sulfuric acid and others. It means you can say good-bye to pumping problems you now experience with chemical transfer, disinfection, dosing, effluent collection, lift stations, odor control, recirculation and other pollution control applications. SUMP-GARD ® Vertical Centrifugal Pumps Standard, bearing-less, low headroom, wash down, integral motor/shaft and vortex CHEM-GARD ® Horizontal Centrifugal Pumps Standard, ANSI, DIN, mag drive, close coupled and self priming FLEX-I-LINER ® Rotary Peristaltic Pumps Dosing/feeding liquids and viscous fluids to 6000 SSU Non-metallic Pump/Tank Systems Tanks from 60 to 5000 gal (227 to 18,900 liter) with pumps and auto-mated controls .com 1-908-688-4216 mkt@vanton.com Caustic and acidic wastewater treat-ment chemicals commonly attack pumps constructed of stainless steel or high alloys – all of which have annual cor-rosion rates – and can cause plastic lined pumps to delaminate, and fiber-glass pumps to wick the fluid. In many cases, wastewater containing abrasives, cause metal, lined-metal and fiberglass pumps to wear, compromising efficiency and longevity. Corrosion-related pump problems can be eliminated, says Vanton Pump, by iso-lating the fluids being pumped, from any metal or fiberglass component. The company injection molds all wet end components of PVC (polyvi-nyl chloride), PP (polypropylene) and PVDF (polyvinylidene fluoride) which are abrasion resistant, and 100% inert relative to the fluid(s) being handled. The parts are molded thick-sectioned, stand-alone, replaceable components, and have smooth, tight-tolerance surfac-es. In addition, they are virtually unaf-fected by wear, and are not subject to delamination. All wetted components of Vanton's SUMP-GARD® Vertical Centrifugal Pumps are of solid thermoplastics to resist the broad range of chemicals that can enter a sump pit during its life, significantly reducing the possibility of pump failure. CHEM-GARD® horizontal centrif-ugal pumps feature thermoplastic wet ends encased by structural metal armor, enabling them to handle the same nozzle loadings as metal pumps. Also offered are FLEX-I-LINER® Rotary Peristaltic Pumps for dosing/feed-ing of liquids and viscous fluids to 6000 SSU. All are offered individually or pre-con-figured with non-metallic tanks from 60 to 5,000 gal (227 to 1827 liter) complete with automatic level controls and remote control panels. Z-0418 42 Pollution Engineering NOVEMBER 2012

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